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Personalising prostate cancer care. Part 1. Advances in diagnosis

 

Videos

The following is a gallery of videos that can also be found on YouTube. They are a fairly short format and give valuable information on a wide range of topics.


 

DVD

The DVDs listed below are available for sale here at Men's Health Matters. All net proceeds from these sales are used to fund prostate cancer research.

So how do you choose?

A guide for men and their partners on how to choose a treatment option for prostate cancer, this DVD helps men and their families to better understand the disease and treatment options.

includes interviews with Associate Professor Phillip Stricker - Urologist, Professor Kerryn Phelps - GP, Jaime Rose Fronzek - Nutritionist, Dr Michael Lowy - Sex Therapist and Stuart Baptist - Physiotherapist

So how do you choose?

Advanced Prostate Cancer

Dr Snuffy Myers talk at the Garvan. He is a medical oncologist, scientist, nutrition expert & prostate cancer survivor.

Advanced Prostate Cancer

Cured of Prostate Cancer — What about Quality of Life?

A healthy lifestyle can help men in all stages of the disease, find out how to live a healthier and longer life.


Robotic Surgery "The Journey"

Robotic Surgery is experiencing explosive growth in America's operating theatres and the unquestioned industry leader in this field is the DaVinci robot. Last year alone only 14% of prostate surgeries in the US took place without using DaVinci and to date I have performed over 700 cases.


Pelvic Floor Exercises and moving forward

Pelvic Floor exercises are used to increase the speed of recovery by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. It is important to be shown how to perform these exercises correctly as over exercising tends to fatigue the muscle.


Prevention & Localised Prostate Cancer

This DVD will be helpful to any man, and his family, affected by Prostate Cancer. However, it is particularly designed for men who have localised Prostate Cancer (cancer which has not spread beyond the prostate gland).


Advanced Prostate Cancer & Hormone Treatment

Although there is a trend toward earlier detection of Prostate Cancer, unfortunately many men are not diagnosed until the disease has progressed to a later stage.


Return to Potency after Prostate Cancer

All treatments aimed at eradicating localised Prostate Cancer carry a risk of impotence and may include erection problems, ejaculation disturbance or loss of libido or interest.

Includes interviews with Associate Professor Phillip Stricker, Professor Kerryn Phelps, Dr Michael Lowy - Sexual Health Pysician and Dr Deepi Miller - Psychiatrist


Prostate Cancer Treatments "Managing Side Effects"

All treatments aimed at eradicating localised Prostate Cancer carry a risk of impotence and may include erection problems, ejaculation disturbance or loss of libido or interest.

Includes interviews with Associate Professor Phillip Stricker, Professor Kerryn Phelps, Dr Michael Lowy - Sexual Health Pysician and Dr Deepi Miller - Psychiatrist


Prostate Cancer "Integrative Medicine - Taking control"

There is substantial evidence from international research and clinical experience to show that an integrative approach to Prostate Cancer is the gold standard.

Includes interviews with Associate Professor Phillip Stricker, Professor Kerryn Phelps, Dr Michael Lowy - Sexual Health Pysician, Jamie Rose Fronzek - Nutritionist and Dr Deepi Miller - Psychiatrist


Prostate Cancer "Urinary Control"

You've taken the first and most important step in regaining control over your bladder and urinary incontinence - you have sought more information. You are not alone.

Includes interviews with Associate Professor Phillip Stricker, Professor Kerryn Phelps, Physician, Jamie Rose Fronzek - Nutritionist and Dr Deepi Miller - Psychiatrist.


Prostate Cancer "Managing the Mind"

Prostate Cancer can not only take its toll on a man's body, but also on his mind.

Presented by Dr Deepi Miller - Psychiatrist

 

About Phillip

Phillip is the Chairman of the Department of Urology, St Vincent's Private Hospital and Clinic since 2003, and a Director of the St Vincent's Prostate Cancer Centre.

The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre in New South Wales recently appointed him as clinical director. He is also a member of the National Prostate Cancer Research Centre

Philip is currently the highest volume robotic surgeon in Australasia

He is perhaps best known for his work developing nerve sparing techniques to help patients maximise potency